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CHAPTER 15

 

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Bud has arrived with Miss Thomas at the “Grand Calloway Station,” Mr. Calloway’s home to which he had given this nickname, because so many people were in and out all the time just like Grand Central Station in New York. She takes him right to his room, because it is late, and everyone is tired. The room has a bed, a window with curtains, and a little table which looks like one that Bud has seen women sit at when they put on their lipstick. The table sits in a space between two little doors. Miss Thomas doesn’t think he should use the closet, because Mr. Calloway has lots of old things in there. She tells him just to put his suitcase on the table and asks him if he’ll be alright. However, Bud has one important question: “Are those doors locked?” He doesn’t want her to think that he’s just a big baby, but the doors........

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Any other child would have been in tears at the thought of sleeping in dead girl’s bed, but Bud feels as if .......

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